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Do you find yourself listening mostly to current day music/groups or do you prefer mostly listening to music from earlier years? What groups are your favorites?
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I love 80's music. Michael Jackson, Prince, Whitney Houston, etc.

I also love classical and Broadway.

Not a fan of most current music.
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I listen to 80's, 90's, current, Broadway, classic rock, 50's, Christian...It depends on my mood.
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I'm not very familiar with current music. Sometimes I'll have on the radio when I'm driving and a new song comes on that I enjoy, but mostly I like listening to music from previous periods. I mostly enjoy music from the 60's through the 90's. With each decade brings along good memories. The 60's lots of fun kiddie memories, the 70's tweens and teen years, 80's young adult years with college and career building and 90's motherhood years. I like a variety of different types of music: musicals, Reggae, Pop, Soul, Motown, Disco, Funk, Rock and Roll and more. I like so many different groups that the list would be sort of too long. lol I find myself listening to music daily and it makes my life sweeter.
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Current music is mostly crap. I hate auto tune and I think you have no talent if you need it in your songs.
I'm more of a 80's heavy metal / Jrock kind of gal.


Except for Imagine Dragons... I really like Imagine Dragons.
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jas wrote:
Wed Jul 11, 2018 9:49 am
Current music is mostly crap. I hate auto tune and I think you have no talent if you need it in your songs.
I'm more of a 80's heavy metal / Jrock kind of gal.


Except for Imagine Dragons... I really like Imagine Dragons.
I don't usually like too much of the newer music. I do like Imagine Dragons too! :-)
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I love Bruno Mars, the Lumineers, Mumford & Sons, and a few other, more current bands.

However, I prefer stuff from even before I was born...50's & 60's...and courtesy of watching "Mad Men," which introduced me to quite a bit of that music.

But overall, I am a classic rock/pop girl, and the 70's is my era I enjoy the best.

I also love classic Country but can't stand the newer stuff.
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I can at least appreciate all kinds of music, but the music that gets me right <<<there>>> is music from 1985-1995. Big on the Power Ballads.
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I prefer the oldies as compared to some music now :)
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Old post, but gonna chime in anyway -

I listen to a lot of different types of music. I love the stuff my parents listened to, the stuff that was big when I was in high school, stuff that was big through my early to mid twenties and, in rare occasions, something new. Most of the new music I listen to are bands that were around from my late teens and early twenties but are still making music up to recently (Gorillaz, Snoop, Linkin Park, Green Day, Muse, etc).

While I'm not a big fan of the stuff my daughter listens to, there are a few I've liked enough to put on my mp3 player.
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